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Data di rilascio: 7 Giu 2010
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La Principessa del Regno dei Fiori è sparita! È stata rapita da Ghulibas del nord, e tocca al coraggioso Zee Tee salvarla. Nella sua missione, Zee Tee - e il giocatore - scoprirà le terre nascoste dietro il pacifico regno, finendo col trovarsi faccia a faccia con segreti sconvolgenti!

Questa è la versione in alta definizione dell'apprezzato, presso il pubblico indie, 'Eversion', ora forte del supporto Steam! Completa gli Achievement e competi con gli amici nei livelli Time Attack!

  • Gameplay platform in stile rétro.
  • Il gameplay, fondato sui passaggi dimensionali, cambierà la configurazione dello stage che ti sta attorno.
  • Esplora otto mondi diversi, confezionati con cura.
  • Pixel art disegnata a mano: stile indie a tutti gli effetti.
  • Sorprendenti colpi di scena nella storia.
  • La lunghezza del gioco è ideale per i giocatori molto impegnati.
  • Tre differenti finali.
  • Divertimento extra se giocato da soli di notte.
  • Un'esperienza indimenticabile.

Requisiti di sistema (PC)


    • Sistema Operativo: Windows XP o successivo
    • Processore: Single core a 1 GHz+
    • Memoria: 64 MB o più di RAM
    • Scheda Grafica: Risoluzione 640 x 480 o superiore
    • DirectX®: N/A
    • Hard Disk: 20 MB
    • Scheda Audio: Richiesta

Requisiti di sistema (Linux)

    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Mint 13 LTS, Fedora 16, fully updated
    • Processor: Single core 1GHz
    • Memory: 64MB or more
    • Graphics: 640 x 480 resolution or higher
    • Hard Drive: 20MB
Recensioni utili dai clienti
66 di 71 persone (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
666 prodotti nell'account
90 recensioni
3.2 ore in totale
This is a wonderful happy little platformer.

There is nothing else about it to mention.

Everyone should play it for the happy fun times.

Pubblicata: 15 Febbraio 2014
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22 di 24 persone (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
584 prodotti nell'account
22 recensioni
3.4 ore in totale
If you hate the kind of game this appears to be, then you are the target audience. Paradoxically, anyone who plays this looking for a happy early-90's platformer with generic big-eyed protagonist will be unpleasantly shocked, and anyone looking for a meditation on the slick omnipresent nictating eye of otherwordly indifference that observes and devours our very existence will be pleasantly surprised.

This game is the absolute best kind of crazy, and to say more would be to spoil it. It is difficult, it is fiendish, and it ought to be played. By everyone.

So do.

Pubblicata: 12 Febbraio 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
25 di 31 persone (81%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
135 prodotti nell'account
7 recensioni
0.9 ore in totale
I went into this expecting a super cute platformer game, and my god, never judge any more books by the cover. About half way into the game, it started going to hell, and I mean litterally, there were black arms with red clawed hands shooting up out of the water!!
Backgrounds get gnarled and twisted, death screens give you occaisonal messages such as "Ready! To die", "Stop", "Give up", and "Mother", it truley turns into something you'd see in an internet creepypasta.

It's very short, I was able to complete it in under an hour, but very entertaining. I'm not sure if I would call it worth $4.99, so maybe wait for a sale to get this odd little gem of a game.

Moral of this story, book covers can troll you.

Pubblicata: 15 Maggio 2014
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17 di 19 persone (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2,315 prodotti nell'account
25 recensioni
3.4 ore in totale
Eversion is a platforming, stress inducing, hair pulling, pain but still addicting and fun to play. No matter how much it will drive you nuts you’ll keep going just to not let it beat you.

You play as a flower looking character in a 2D side-scroller like Super Mario Bros from the old school days. Hit once you die but it doesn’t really matter since you have unlimited lives and checkpoints through each level to help you along. While going through each level you are trying to collect a certain amount of jewels that will help you discover a secret in the end.

Controls are pretty fluid and easy since you only move side to side and jump. There’s also a little gameplay element called evert which will change up the level design when done. This is needed to find every jewel you need and to get to the end of the levels. Doing this will also sometimes add more of a challenge as the environment seems to become more violent.

Eversion can be beaten in say an hour or less depending on your platforming skills and frustration levels. I spent 3 hours in the game just to find every jewel and try to complete the secret stage which I couldn’t beat. It’s a well-made game and a great challenge for anyone that may be up for it especially at the low price of $5 and can be found at a lot less then that during sales.

Bear Rating: 10/10
Pubblicata: 18 Febbraio 2014
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8 di 10 persone (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1,632 prodotti nell'account
17 recensioni
2.2 ore in totale
"The horror!"

A cheap little platformer, this might be one of the smallest games on Steam. I imagine anyone buying it just wanted it because it was cheap and looked cute.

How wrong you are.

Something about the princess being taken is written on the store page. You won't really see much story once in the game, except for the ending.

Cute graphics here, they are what drew me in to purchasing this game. Little did I know that would soon change to a nightmarish landscape rather quickly. While they are rather basic and obviously inspired by classic games, they still look nice.

The isn't a lot of music in the game, but it fits the setting. Simple sound effects that do the job as well. Not really much to say about them.

As the controls are rather simple, they work well on keyboard, but gamepads also have support if you prefer those. Movement, jumping, the Eversion ability (which shall be detailed below) and a pause button. You could play this with a NES clone controller if you own one.

Run, jump, bounce off enemy heads, collect the gems and reach the end of the level. Sounds like any NES era platformer game, right? Well, since the game opens up with a Lovecraft quote, there is obviously going to be something creepy lurking in the shadows. And that is where the Eversion ability comes in. In each level, there are locations where the walls between realities are weak. If you can find them, you can shift to another reality, often darker than the one you were already in. This will have an effect on both the landscape and enemies. That bush will wither and die, only to be replaced by deadly vines. Enemies may lose the will to live, just standing there for you to end its life, or it may get faster and more dangerous. Switching realities is needed to get all the gems through the levels, and sometimes even to progress forward through what would otherwise block movement.

This game is short. Including the final level which requires you to find all the gems, you are unlikely to spend more than an hour or two doing the main game, including the different endings. Once you have seen the true ending, you do unlock a time attack mode with leader boards, which can add to the time spent on the game. There is also a level editor available, though I haven't played around with any of the community content myself.

While not a bad game, the short game length alone is a good enough reason to only get on sale or with a Steam discount coupon.

6 / 10
Pubblicata: 4 Marzo 2014
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75 di 82 persone (91%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
872 prodotti nell'account
137 recensioni
1.9 ore in totale
Eversion is not what you think. The unassuming and colorful visuals are intended not to delight, but to give you a false sense of security; to draw you in before transporting you to the nightmarish world of its reality. It's intentionally unsettling, and unique in how it manages to get under your skin while never assuming anything is wrong, which is what I find so remarkable about it.

The hook to Eversion is everting the world, similar to swapping dimensions, which causes the environment to change properties or even disappear. It's a simple mechanic that allows for some clever lever designs, but it is also where the game becomes very, very creepy. The deeper you go through the layers of everting, the more twisted the backgrounds become and the more deranged the music gets. The disclaimer at the start should tell you all you need to know: "this game is not suitable for children or those with a nervous demeanor."

Although it lacks the nuance of something like Braid, Eversion similarly uses video game cliches as the foundation of the experience, relying on your expectations to carry the premise as it warps the familiar into something all its own. In this developer Zaratustra Productions is mostly successful, with my only complaint being I wish there was more here. With the exception of a few odd secrets, you can complete and collect everything in around two hours (those disinclined to gather all the gems should expect half or less than that). Even with its low base price, it feels a little too much for what you get.

Aside from the price, Eversion is something I think is worth your time. It completely surprised me in its execution, leaving me chilled and a little disturbed, but impressed nonetheless. If you are looking for something off the beaten path, Eversion is one game that will absolutely deliver. It doesn't last long, but this strange journey is undoubtedly one worth taking, provided you are prepared for the potentially terrifying.
Pubblicata: 2 Dicembre 2013
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No